Metal stamping is the use of stamping and die on stainless steel, iron, aluminum, copper and other materials for deformation or damage, in order to achieve a certain shape and size. Metal stamping is sometimes called sheet forming, but there is a slight difference sheet forming refers to the use of sheet material, thin-wall tube, thin-wall profile or similar materials as raw materials. The forming method of plastic machining is commonly called sheet metal forming. So where can metal stamping parts be applied? Let's talk about it next.
The stamping part is a forming method of applying a force to a plate, a strip, a pipe, a profile, and the like by a press and a mold to cause plastic deformation or separation to obtain a workpiece of a desired shape and size. Stamping and forging are the same plastic processing, collectively called forging. The stamping parts are mainly hot rolled and cold rolled steel sheets and strips.
Sheet metal fabrication parts is a comprehensive cold working process for sheet metal, including shearing, blanking, bending, welding, riveting, mold forming and surface treatment. The metal sheet is usually below 6 mm. A significant feature of sheet metal fabrication parts is the uniform thickness of the same part. Next, we will introduce the processing methods and processing flow of it.
Metal stamping is processes used to make parts from large metal sheets. Both processes are performed on cold metal plates, but the choice process depends on your application and product requirements. Some industries that typically use metal stamping include: electronics, construction, automotive, plumbing, power storage, aerospace, lighting, and more. So, how should we choose it correctly before using metal stamping parts? The following article gives a brief introduction to this, hoping to help you better understand metal stamping parts and related selection methods.